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Mark still hasn't gathered together the courage to dump Sophie, something that proves a problem when they go to the country to meet her parents. Worse, he makes the mistake of inviting Jeremy along. Cue a weekend of gunfire, infidelity and arson. Written by Anonymous

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Sophie Chapman: [picking out a T-shirt with Mao Tze-tung on it] What about this?
Mark Corrigan: You do know who that is, don't you?
Sophie Chapman: Yeah, it's Chairman Mao, isn't it?
Mark Corrigan: Exactly, the man was responsible for the deaths of 60 million people. I don't want him on my chest.
Sophie Chapman: 60 million, that's more than Stalin, isn't it?
Mark Corrigan: It's not a competition, Soph. Although if it was, Mao would probably win.
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